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tv   News Weekly  RT  July 6, 2014 8:44pm-9:01pm EDT

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death. last december of the small romanian village made global headlines when its residents tried stopping the u.s. energy giant from coming here the protests and in clashes with the police and arrests while officials gave the green light to start the operation despite the fierce opposition from the local starting from the sixth of may chevron began the drilling the company says it's going to continue until the target is reached approximately at around two and a half miles below the surface of the drilling goes on twenty four hours a day seven days a week since in this industry time is money fracking or hydraulic fracturing is a way of developing underground deposits of natural gas by pumping a high pressure mix of water sand and chemicals into the ground this cracks deep layers of rock to let the gas out chevron has signed a deal with the romanian government to exploited shale gas for the next thirty years the company also gets to decide what to do with it well the state gets royalties of between three and a half and thirteen percent. up so this is exactly the same technology as is used
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in the united states the latest generation fracking techniques show very good results in terms of safety for the environment but in fact it's because of the us that the adverse effects that fracking is believed to have on the environment became global you know these include flame that will tap water contaminated soil and cases of illnesses among both humans and animals that's why it caused the wave of protests across the globe and is either banned or under a moratorium in several countries including russia germany and france. back in the locals claim they won't back down saying it's not only their lives they're fighting for but the next generation of romanians as well is going off r t s d. brown's ruling parties have agreed to lift a self-imposed ban on overseas military operations for the first time since the second world war the decision to change the constitution provoked a wave of protests and the video we're about to show you contains some graphic
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scenes a man even went so far as to set him self on fire and he's currently in hospital the latest rally outside the prime minister's office in tokyo attracted around ten thousand people and led to clashes with police and protesters criticize the government for failing to hold a referendum on expanding japan's military ambition. well defense analysts say that the change may affect the balance of power in the region as japan could now help its allies fighting overseas the u.s. is at the moment deploying more troops to the area more than eighty thousand military personnel are at more than forty bases across the asia pacific region while some experts don't see this shift as particularly serious others though warn it could have grave consequences in any future conflict. never meaning to conquer and therefore would break over the world land of the country. or form hockey with what you're. going to cost you for one of the remove
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more it would be united states. who are all the world. and they want their character pretty eager all this move by the japanese is prime minister to essentially change the constitution by theo we have two very powerful countries china japan and japan is has a military alliance with the united states so if he or any kind of dust up between japan and china then we're talking back to nuclear powers butting heads and i'm not a little surprised that people are not maybe more concerned about this situation and they are they have to have two thirds majority from both houses and then it will become a referendum for the people what ave has done has circumvented all of that and declared that his resolution can't just reinterpret the constitution and that's
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a very dangerous power even if you agree with what he's doing the process by which he's doing it is completely legal. let's bring some more news now from around the globe two trucks of slammed into a van in southwest china killing four people and injuring five more fighters in sichuan province monies to get out all the surviving passengers who were then taken to hospital an investigation is underway into what caused the accident. elsewhere two separate attacks on neighboring coastal districts in kenya have killed more than twenty people during the first assault gunmen stormed a police station releasing several detainees some of them into previous terror acts in a second heavily armed militants raided a trading center in the village of hindi is the misc group al-shabaab says it was behind both attacks. part of a warehouse has collapsed in southern india killing eleven people including four women and a child heavy rains caused a wall to fall down as laborers were working nearby and of the building collapse
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just eight days ago in the same state claiming sixty one lives. now experience biggest ever warship got a royal seal of approval in scotland this week named after her majesty the queen elizabeth is the first of two naval vessels being built at a cost of over ten billion dollars but with the yes no referendum on scottish independence looming opinions are divided about the future of the pivotal royal navy naval base is currently located there and we looked at the possible implications with two military experts. should scotland separate the remains of the u.k. will still have defense forces all i would say is that if you have a single unit three force and you split it into two parts then it inevitably costs money to set up the other part with all the admin and things like that and it ends up less efficient so there will be less money effectively and we already don't
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spend enough on defense assuming that an independent scotland supplication to join nato was successful then. scotland would expect the rest of the nato organization to come to their aid and vice versa i think when we talk about defense and independence go from the all roads eventually lead to tried and now the government has said it would seek the speediest and safest removal of trident from scottish territory however there are huge implications in that because there appears to be no where the trident fleet plus its warheads could go in the u.k. in the short to medium term and to move it would be hugely expensive and disruptive . how do you spot a potential terrorist well apparently it's easy for america's national security agency all it takes is for you to start using online privacy tools like this one you'll get on the n.s.a.'s blacklist as soon as you visit this german base network is used to hide the ip address of your device and even if you're just curious about
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how all this works it's best not to even search for it online because that puts you on the agency's radar too and some critics say the n.s.a. seems to be working with impunity we've seen for the revelations that they're literally spying on every country that they can with the exception of for. in my opinion the n.s.a. is a great the agency if i as an individual had undertaken the same actions i would be thrown into prison for thirty years any attempt to reform in my opinion is like bailing out the ship that's already sunk they did have a process that the limits. what n.s.a. looks at and can take in and store in its database if you can take a look at that the storage facilities they're building and get an idea of how much they're taking in like a million square foot storage facility in bluffdale utah and other stories that they've had existing all along at ford made as well as other facilities around the world. to stay with us so the week's will news and today's headlines on the way for
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you here on international. global basis try to clear. up a political debate going to want to get fired for just a short changing every minute. cut may the last oh well. my a lot like that but hey. let's say to me. this case is most elite clubs. sometimes for nothing which. is silly and it's a shame to look just you but still we can still be just if you could you see
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lead. live. play it was terrible they played very hard to take that live here plug that sax player risk their lives let's play. just say. listen to such lists
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lists lists lists about. the. this is what we do we kill people and break things we can see something is simple as people playing a soccer game you can see individual players and if you see the ball. i can almost see is facial expression you can see is a mouth open and crying out. maybe cursed us or maybe he asked. for forgiveness for. there must be near certainty that no civilians will be killed
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or injured. in effect that means you can jump in anytime you want.
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strato terrorism the nature of terrorism is becoming increasingly internationalized a local governments which may be the case yeah in afghanistan i'm very limited and to curtail that increasingly globalized spread so what how do you really strike
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a balance here in the farmers. by not fighting brooks who was some of the stuff if we all start for the books and well done a lot of them are they would be peaceful if you drive. them but it's up to the speed so it's an. honor and the financial the. stop and. the life there. you know that you know the price is the only industry specifically mention in the constitution and. that's because a free and open press is critical to our democracy. in
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fact the single biggest threat facing our nation today is the corporate takeover of our government and oppressive like we've been a hydrogen right hand full of trans national corporations that will profit by destroying what our founding fathers once it's all just my job market and on this show we reveal the big picture of what's actually going on in the world we go beyond identifying the problem try rational debate in a real discussion critical issues facing america have fun ready to join the movement then walk a little bit. least be cool language. programs and documentaries in arabic it's all here on all t.v. reporting from the world talks about six of the yard p. interviews intriguing stories for you to. see in troy
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arabic to find out more visit our big. dog called. ukrainian army shows no mercy as it continues with his deadly crackdown on anti-government fighters in the east but in time settlements razed to the ground. loosely it is. also a hall break across the region we report on most unwillingly cause he won't hear of calls accidental attacks. have the so-called islamic state terror group gains ground in iraq journalists scrutinize a rare video of its leader and the price he was chinese restrained her the questions about the money behind the operation.
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